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Cupping Massage Mastery: Cupping for Massage Therapists Using Silicone Cups

In Cupping Massage Mastery, you will learn how to integrate the modern adaptation of cupping therapy using silicone cups into a massage session.

Cupping Massage Mastery: Cupping for Massage Therapists Using Silicone Cups

In Cupping Massage Mastery, you will learn how to integrate the modern adaptation of cupping therapy using silicone cups into a massage session.
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Welcome to the Cupping Massage Mastery course where you will learn how to integrate the modern adaptation of cupping therapy using silicone cups into a massage session.  

Performing advanced bodywork techniques such as Myofascial Release and Trigger Point therapy has never been simpler thanks to Cupping Massage.

Your Instructor...

My name is Morgan Sutherland and I'll be leading you through this Cupping Massage course.  I've been a certified massage therapist since the year 2000 and for the past 13 years, I've been successfully combining deep tissue massage and cupping to treat chronic pain and sports injuries.  

Morgan is an approved CE provider (#1000055)  with the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and you will receive 1.5 CEU credits on completion of this cupping massage course.

My clients rave about how much cupping has enhanced the effectiveness of my massages, so much so that they're rebooking and writing 5-star reviews.  Currently, I have over 450, so you can feel confident you'll be learning from a seasoned cupping massage therapist.

Who this Cupping course is for?

  • This course is designed for massage therapists, bodyworkers and other health professionals seeking to learn a versatile healing modality that will allow them to expand their current practice and work much deeper without causing their clients pain or straining their own body.

  • By the end of the course, you'll be able to integrate silicone cupping therapy into a massage session, work with a greater range of clients and a wider variety of conditions, explain cupping marks to clients and apply safety precautions by knowing about contraindications.

What You'll Learn

  • You will learn over a dozen cupping massage techniques (such as Paraspinal Release and Reverse Pin and Stretch) that have allowed me to go deeper and get even faster results with less pain than just deep tissue massage alone.  

  • Follow along as you'll learn step by step cupping treatments for a variety of chronic pain conditions such as rotator cuff strain, tennis elbow, knee pain,  low back pain, and sciatica, as well as a number of sports injury protocols for the lower extremities that will keep athletic clients performing better and injury-free.

The Ideal Student

The ideal student for this course is a massage therapist, bodyworker or other health professionals who want to learn a versatile healing modality that will allow them to...

  • Do deeper work and get excellent results without causing discomfort to their client 

  • Save their hands from a strain, injury, and fatigue while still having fun and growing their practice.

I Look Forward to Seeing You Inside!

Requirements

The only pre-requisites for joining the course are that you're a professionally licensed bodyworker or healthcare professional or simply have an interest in learning how to do cupping massage to relieve pain.

About the instructors

Morgan Sutherland

Massage Therapist and Back Pain Expert
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Since becoming a professional massage therapist in 2000, I’ve has consistently helped thousands of clients manage their back pain with a combination of deep tissue work, cupping, and stretching.

In 2002, I began a career-long tradition of continuing study by being trained in Tuina—the art of Chinese massage—at the world famous Olympic Training Center in Beijing, China.

As an orthopedic massage therapist, I specialize in treating chronic pain and sports injuries and helping restore proper range of motion. In 2006, I became certified as a medical massage practitioner, giving me the knowledge and ability to work with physicians in a complementary healthcare partnership.

Around that same time, I got trained in Cupping Therapy and was amazed by the results I was able to achieve with his chronic pain clients.

After years of successfully using silicone cupping in my private practice, I finally put together a video training so other bodyworkers could learn this versatile healing modality and integrate it into their practice. 

Aside from having a full-time massage practice, I regularly blog about self-care and pain relief tipsA number of those blog posts evolved into books that I self-published on Amazon.  You can see my Amazon Author Page, by going here.

In December 2018, I was interviewed on a holistic radio show called NBRFM.com. You can listen to that interview here.

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